It’s been six years since Rona Pondick has shown in New York, and she returns with a remarkable exhibition of exquisitely finished sculptures and delicate works on paper. The subject is hybridity. Tiny human faces sprout from the ends of branches; limbs of creatures morph into hands and fingers. Rendered in steel polished to a fetishistic sheen or bronze painted a perfect, milky white, and as malleable in contour as an Arp, the works reward extended viewing from all directions.
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